Looking for something fun to do this weekend in the Capital Region? There are plenty of events happening in the area! Keep reading to learn about the Adirondack Balloon Festival, Art on Lark, and more.
It’s a bit of a drive, but this free event in Glens Falls is totally worth it. At the festival, you’ll see up to 75 hot air balloons as they take to the skies in a beautiful display of human engineering. All ballooning activities are weather dependent, so be sure to check the Adirondack Balloon Festival Facebook page for updates.
This iconic short film festival is back, after two years of online screening! Check out 30 local, national, and international independent films from seven countries. There’s something for everyone, from dramas to animation to music videos to horror!
This is the third anniversary of the Hollowed Harvest event at the Altamont Fairgrounds, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever! Attendees can expect to take about 35-40 minutes to walk through the show, which features over 7,000 jack-o’-lanterns.
Enjoy stunning jazz piano at Schenectady County Community College by Geoff Keezer, accompanied by smoky contralto Gillian Margot, bassist Hannah Marks and drummer Billy Kilson.
The Hispanic Heritage Celebration at The Plaza is going to be a spectacular celebration of culture, featuring traditional music, cuisine, and of course, tons of dancing.
This is the second (and final) Art on Lark street festival of 2022. Celebrate and purchase from local artists, enjoy delicious food and live music, and meander down the street during this fun exhibition of Albany’s rich arts scene.
The Albany Irish Rowing Club will be competing against several clubs from around the Northeast in this traditional Irish currach race. Come out to cheer on the Albany club at this free event!
Once: The Musical will be showing for the final time on the 25th at 2:00 PM at the Schenectady Light Opera Company. Don’t miss out on this beautiful story about an Irish musician and Czech immigrant drawn together by a shared love of music.